Rae Davies is the USA Today Best-selling Author of the Dusty Deals Mystery Series.
She also, under the name Lori Devoti, writes in numerous other genres including paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and young adult fiction.
Rae/Lori is a past winner of the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award and a member of Novelists Inc., a prestigious group for professional writers. She lives near Madison, Wisconsin with her husband and children as well as two dogs. She teaches the craft and business of writing through the University of Wisconsin's Continuing Studies program, both in person and online, and blogs about writing at www.HowToWriteShop.com.
Like Lucy, Rae/Lori loves antiques, Montana and malamutes. (Although don't tell her husky or aussie/pug mix that last part.)
Learn more about both personas by visiting Rae's web site at http://raedavies.com or Lori's web site at http://www.loridevoti.com
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on July 08, 2014 :
I'm about half way through it and it's...interesting. The story flows, it's a breezy read and up until recently I had absolutely no idea where it's going to take me, the motive etc. That's what I love about it, well that and how the characters are so well described I feel I can almost touch them (Kiska more than all).
What I don't like at all is Lucy's behaviour. I'm not partial to reckless, immature, illogical-acting heroines. I can understand stumbling into trouble, but digging your own grave, jumping in and pulling the dirt over yourself to make it easier for others to bury you instead of using the available resources to get yourself out of trouble - well, that's just plain stupid. Perhaps I would have found her more likeable if I'd read Loose screw first, I don't know, but I hope I'll get to like her by the end of this book.
(review of free book)
on Nov. 17, 2012 :
Second book in series is better than first. Very nice!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on June 22, 2012 :
A pretty good book with nice local color. I probably like this better than the first book, Loose Screw.
(reviewed long after purchase)